When it comes to designing heating ventilation air-conditioning (HVAC) systems, engineers make every effort to minimize the noise they produce.
The cooling fan generates the most noise, and those sounds radiate into the surrounding area.
Designers and engineers can model and simulate how the sound travels using a combination of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and numerical aeroacoustics.
Watch this video presentation and find out how leading HVAC system manufacturers use HVAC modeling software to design and build quieter HVAC systems.
Designers and engineers use HVAC simulation to analyze fan noise in isolation.
Using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and numerical aeroacoustics together delivers a clearer picture of the source of the noise and provides better insight into how the sound travels through the air.
HVAC suppliers and OEMs working to predict and address HVAC noise in the design cycle can benefit from learning how to scale up the overall acoustics engineering of HVAC systems.
People who watch this presentation will learn:
Sebastian Flock is a Business Development Manager for Simcenter 3D Solutions at Siemens Digital Industries Software. Sebastian specializes in drivetrains and rotating machinery with a focus on multibody dynamics, durability and NVH (noise, vibration and harshness).
Korcan Kucukcoskun is a Product Manager for Simcenter 3D Solutions at Siemens Digital Industries Software. Korcan specializes in acoustics, vibroacoustics and aeroacoustic applications for mulitphysics problems.
These two HVAC simulation experts will walk attendees through HVAC noise simulation scenarios and discuss how engineers can use simulation tools to improve designs.
Business Development Manager Simcenter 3D Solutions
Sebastian Flock has a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering and more than a decade of experience using software to help solve challenging engineering problems. His specialties include improving durability and minimizing NVH on drivetrains and rotating machinery.
Product Manager Simcenter 3D Solutions
Korcan Kucukcoskun has a Ph.D. in Aeroacoustics and more than 10 years of experience in 3D acoustics simulation. He specializes in helping users find ways to accurately model and simulate their products and ultimately reduce the noise and vibration these products produce.